Pharmacist, COE - Part-time in Nashville, TN at Parallon

Date Posted: 5/15/2018

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Job Description

Pharmacist, Centralized Order Entry  

Part-time / Work From Home / Nashville area

 
 
The COE Pharmacist is responsible for monitoring, evaluating and making recommendations to assure the appropriate and effective use of pharmaceuticals for patient care. The COE pharmacist shall use the medication process to assess, plan, intervene when necessary, implement and evaluate patient care in compliance with client hospital policies, protocols and procedures.

 
 
ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
• Demonstrate knowledge and mastery of required job functions, internal communications and operating systems

• Accurately enter orders in the computer in a timely manner

• Support and assist in meeting departmental goals for order entry and clinical programs

• Ensure facility procedures are followed when non-formulary drugs, target drugs, restricted drugs and investigational drugs are ordered

• Initiate change in assignments based on workload and resources available

• Demonstrate proficiency in computer order entry and related computer functions

• Screen for drug interactions, allergies, order duplications, appropriate diagnosis, renal and liver function prior to order entry

• Assure facility queues are addressed in a timely manner

• Investigate and report adverse drug events and medication incidents

• Facilitate dissemination of drug information in a timely manner to achieve high quality, cost effective, positive therapeutic outcomes when consulted

• Review and interpret all physician orders received, using the patient profile

• Monitor for incompatibilities, concentration and rate on intravenous drugs

• Participate in the maintenance of continuous quality improvement program

• Assist in the development and review of COE protocols

• Follow CSC pharmacy policies and procedures

 
 
 



Job Requirements

EXPERIENCE / EDUCATION / LICENSE
 
• One (1) year hospital experience highly preferred

• Meditech preferred
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college of pharmacy, Pharm.D. preferred

• Appropriate State Pharmacy License(s)